ASHLAND, Ore. -- Oregon Shakespeare Festival will be auctioning off one of a kind bears to raise money for those with HIV/AIDS.
On August 14, there will be "Daedalus Day," where there will be an auction, marathon and play reading.
The bears are based off of characters in the plays. Each bear is made by a costume designer and signed by the actor.
“If you are into particular play it is a real treat and quite thing to collect and keep and some people buy them and give them to the actors they represent which is really sweet too," said OSF Public Relations Amy Cortez.
Since 1987, OSF has raised $1.5 million dollars for the charity.
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